Fistafiltration nano reactors for carbon, phosphate removing media and bio-pellets

News | 17th February 2012 | Article by Curvball | View comments (2)

Fistafiltration have been really busy lately and following the release of their IDEAL nano aquariums, they have released a new nano reactor that can be used in sump or as a hang on filter.

Nano reactor Fistafiltration

Coming in at a height of 254mm (10″) this little reactor features a width of 60mm with an internal tube diameter of 16mm. The acrylic reactor has 2 x 12mm hose tail fittings (entry and exit) located at the top of the unit. The lid of the unit is sealed closed using 3 wing nut bolts which makes opening and closing the unit fairly easy, no tools required. Each unit also comes with a hang on bracket. A 650lph pump is recommended for those wanting to run GFO or carbon in one of these reactors, while a 1000lph pump will work if one was to use bio-pellets. Hopefully we’ll be able to give you a hands on review soon.

These units are now available in the UK and will set you back £35.99.

In more related news from Fistafiltration, we should be telling you about their new nano skimmers soon too.

About the author:

Curvball is the editor and founder of nanoreefblog.com. Having kept aquariums on and off since the age 8 years old, this now 32 year old hobbyist is well versed in various types of aquariums. His passion is SPS corals and the challenges of maintaining them in relatively small amounts of water. His professional background as a designer and writer combined with his love for this hobby makes nanoreefblog.com the perfect extension of his passions.

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2 Responses on Fistafiltration nano reactors for carbon, phosphate removing media and bio-pellets

  1. Anon says:

    Have you spotted the design flaw with these reactors?

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